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    Sightseeing in Europe with a few of my favorite bags

    I just wanted to share a few action shots with fellow Tom Bihn junkies. :-)

    Night shooting with my Brain Bag at the Eiffel Tower

    IMG_4189.jpg by agtobler, on Flickr

    Just for fun, this is what I was shooting.

    IMG_5066.jpg by agtobler, on Flickr

    Brain Bag on hubby, admiring Le Tour

    IMG_4663.jpg by agtobler, on Flickr

    Camera I-O and Medium Cafe Bag at the Louvre

    IMG_4118.jpg by agtobler, on Flickr

    I-O bag with Absolute Strap in Munich. I can carry my full gear kit this way for hours on end, and have no discomfort.


    IMG_4291.jpg by agtobler, on Flickr

    Brain Bag takes the gondola ride to Zugspitze, the highest point in Germany

    IMG_5309 by agtobler, on Flickr

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    Great I like your pictures :)

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    Love!!

    Is that an Olive Brain Bag?? It looks so nice! We have one arriving on Saturday. :-D

    -n

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    These are amazing photos! Really beautiful. At the same time you posted them, I was updating our main page and needed a new customer photo to feature: see here.
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    Fabulous pictures....it looks like a great trip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by notmensa View Post
    Love!!

    Is that an Olive Brain Bag?? It looks so nice! We have one arriving on Saturday. :-D

    -n
    Yup, it's Olive. I'm a big fan! It's my bag, but I've just convinced hubby to start using it as his everyday work bag. Which means that I might be in the market for something new to try soon. ;-)
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    Wow, your photos are incredibly beautiful! Thank you for posting them!

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    The Eiffel Tower looks unreal in those pictures—how awesome of you to share! Hope you're having a great trip.

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    That night photo of the Eiffel Tower is just spectacular...great photos.

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    Great photos.

    I'm interested in your equipment. What are your camera and tripod? Do you use one of those ultra-lightweight carbon fiber units?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MtnMan View Post
    Great photos.

    I'm interested in your equipment. What are your camera and tripod? Do you use one of those ultra-lightweight carbon fiber units?
    I'm using a CanonD60 with a Slik Sprint Pro, an older version of this one: SLIK CORPORATION - The most copied line of tripods today

    I know there are trade offs in buying a cheap tripod, but this one has served me well, and is super small for travel.
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    So I'm planning on going to Paris on a tour that does a lot of walking. I was going to get the Ego with the I-O bag for my Nikon D5100, I am very much an amateur still. Any thoughts? Is the I-O really enough to walk around with? Thanks for your post and advice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mifcnm View Post
    So I'm planning on going to Paris on a tour that does a lot of walking. I was going to get the Ego with the I-O bag for my Nikon D5100, I am very much an amateur still. Any thoughts? Is the I-O really enough to walk around with? Thanks for your post and advice.
    That's a good question, and I'm not sure if I can help much, as I don't own an Ego for comparison.

    It really depends on what you need to carry in addition to the camera gear. I carried my Medium Cafe bag with umbrella, water bottle, and other small daily essentials. The I-O bag with Absolute Strap was big enough for my camera, several lenses, maps, wallet, and phone. I wore the Cafe Bag on my left hip, cross body, and the I-O bag towards my back, also cross body.

    I don't know if the stuff from my Cafe bag would fit into the Ego, in addition to a I-O. That would be neat and tidy to have it all in one, not to big, but big enough, bag. Makes me want to order an Ego to try it out. :-)
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